Call for par­ents to sup­port their chil­dren

Eyethu Baywatch - - NEWS - Thando Ndlovu

LEARN­ERS should use ed­u­ca­tion as the tool to un­lock their po­ten­tial.

This was the mes­sage from Do I Care Enough? (DICE) founder Regina An­thony, who ad­dressed the Grade R grad­u­a­tion cer­e­mony at Bit by Bit Crèche last week.

An­thony also ap­pealed to par­ents to be sup­port­ive of their chil­dren’s ed­u­ca­tion.

‘With­out parental in­volve­ment, teach­ers alone can­not win the bat­tle to shape learn­ers to be­come re­spon­si­ble fu­ture cit­i­zens. Ed­u­ca­tion re­quires all of us to be in­volved,’ she said.

Speak­ing on be­half of the par­ents, Thokozile Mpanza thanked the staff mem­bers of the crèche for tak­ing care of their chil­dren.

Grad­u­ates proudly show off their gifts

The Grade R grad­u­ates dressed for the oc­ca­sion

Jetro Mshengu and Regina Antony of DICE greet some of the fu­ture lead­ers

Esihle and her mother Ntoza­khe Mthimkhulu

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Young Siyamthanda wants to be a pi­lot one day

Best friends Bongeka Mlondo and Sa­belo Dladla look­ing stylish

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